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78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings
by Jim Miller and Charlie Farrell
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Jim Miller and Charlie Farrell sing "There's A Wah Wah Gal In Agua Caliente" in this recording made on May 29, 1930.  From the original 78rpm disk.
Topics: vocal duet, 1930s, 78rpm
Source: Original 78rpm disk digitized by old78collector
Recorded 8/3/1936. Transcribed from the original buff Bluebird 78. Great rendition as always by Charlie Barnet's orchestra. The label does not mention who provides vocals, it is likely Joe Host who is the mentioned singer on the flip-side. Transcribed by Anubis4545
Topics: 1930s, Popular, vocal, Charlie Barnet, Joe Host, Dance, 78rpm
Source: 78
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Compilation celebrating the 100th anniversary of 'L´Arte dei Rumori', the first artistic manifesto concerning noise music. It was written by Luigi Russolo, an Italian futurist painter and composer, who was interested in classifying all the new sounds that were coming out from the machines at the time. The tracks on this compilation are not about white noise, they cover all spectrum of experimental sounds: music concréte, electro acoustic, free jazz, circuit bending, field recordings, etc....
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by Shane Birley & Monica Hamburg
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Caffeine can sure make a person hyper â but did you know it can also make you a sex offender? And did you realize that work stress can influence you steal a slew of bizarre, unrelated items? We learn so much doing this show! Fortunately, we get some great help from Comedian Tom Simmons who determines our "FT of the Week"! Plus: Dating, FT-Style
Topics: The S&M Rants, S&M Rants, comedian, comedy, crime, dark comedy, humor, crime, female...
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by Artur Rodzinski, conductor
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TCHAIKOVSKY: Nutcracker Ballet (complete) Royal Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of London Artur Rodzinski, conductor ACT I, sc. 1 1. Overture 2. Lighting of the Christmas Tree 3. March 4. Children's Galop and Dance of the Parents 5. Dance Scene: Presents for the Children 6. Scene and Grandfather's Dance 7. Scene: Departure of Guests; Bedtime; Magic Spell Begins 8. Scene: Battle and Transformation of Nutcracker ACT I, sc. 2 9. Scene: Journey through the Snow 10. Waltz of the Snowflakes ACT II...
Topics: Tchaikovsky, Rodzinski, ballet
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by Bob Dylan
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Bob Dylan Rob Orciuch - Vocals and acoustic guitar Steve Sullivan - Bass and ghost vocals Buddy Cage - Pedal Steel
Topic: Bob Dylan
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Welcome to German-Podcast.de. This Podcast will teach you German. Our lesson of today continues with Hans a German programmer who arrived at the airport in Hamburg in one of our last sessions. He is still at the airport, bought a newspaper in the last session and now wants to drink a coffee and read the newspaper.